1991: Information Services Division created within the OSBI to handle the increased demand for information by law enforcement and the public.
1991: Special Investigations Unit created to investigate public corruption, government fraud and other white collar cases.
1991: Senate Bill 386 authorizes the establishment of a DNA analysis unit with the OSBI Central Laboratory.
1995: On April 19, a bomb goes off at the Alfred P. Murrah Building in downtown Oklahoma City, killing 168 people. Seventy-three OSBI employees assist the federal government in all aspects of the investigation.
1995: “The Shadow,” a new tracking device is unveiled by the Investigative Services Division. The new tool can be used to track a targeted suspect vehicle.